Since wedding planning can be overwhelming, time consuming and expensive, it's best to have a clear, succinct list of everything you'll need to do to get ready for the big day. You can print out a ready-made list with typical wedding day planning ideas. Remember, if you're attempting to plan a wedding in six months or less, you'll have to prioritise and check off the largest items first.
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Wedding Party and Guests
Aside from a wedding "To Do" checklist, you'll want to print out a list of both your wedding party and guests. For the members of your wedding party, include their phone numbers, e-mail addresses and mailing address - this way, you'll have their information at your fingertips so that you can get in touch with them when you need. Write a guest list as well and include the correct spelling of their first and last names, their mailing addresses and whether or not they're attending the wedding. This will come in useful when you have to give the final headcount to your caterer and when you write thank you notes after the wedding.
If you're planning a wedding in a short amount of time, such as six months or less, you'll still have to get most of the tasks done as you would if you had more time to plan. LDSWeddings.com offers a condensed checklist for a wedding that needs to be planned in six months. Organise all of your planning, ideas, lists, receipts and order forms in one wedding binder. You'll want to do this from the very beginning of your wedding planning.
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